Giorgio Cerrato was born in Naples (Italy) in 1979. For several years he played drums in a Nirvana's tribute band called "Sold Out". In 1995 he became fascinated by the new electronic resonances, which naturally bring him to make use of synthesizers. Through the years he tried out electro, dark, drum'n'bass, techno, etc., composed soundtracks for various short and documentary films. Among his musical projects there are: "Zeder" (featuring Luigi Rubino from "Ashram") and "Exsiddaph", an electrodark duet in collaboration with the singer Francesca Fiorenzoni ("Daphne"). âMM2â is the first album of his solo IDM-project "Exsiderurgica".